About this listing
Excellent apartment located in the heart of Madrid, the famous Cava Baja in the neighborhood of La Latina, next to Plaza Mayor. With a capacity up to 4 people.
This apartment is located in a typical old Madrid castizo style building,
Placed in La Latina quarter, this neighborhood has witnessed thousands of stories, retaining the traditional atmosphere and being nowadays a key place in the city due to the character of its streets, place for tapas and excellent drinks.
La Cava Baja was a former inn and tavern area that gave shelter to the travelers who carried goods to sell in the city markets.
Today, La Cava Baja has turned into a one of the best known streets in the city, famous for its taverns and restaurants as the well-known Casa Lucio, with its popular “Broken Eggs”, which is meeting point of national and international celebrities. It is also a must for the locals after walking around El Rastro market on Sunday mornings.
Meeting the Cava Baja is Almendro Street, a small street to enjoy a delightful walk through the wonderful Plaza de los Carros. This plaza leads to the Plaza de la Paja, a quiet pedestrian square, away from the bustle but with a nice atmosphere, including the worth visiting Priíncipe de Anglona Park.
Few meters far walking from the Cava Baja is placed the famous Plaza Mayor and the Market called Mercado de San Miguel, considered "National Cultural Heritage", now offering a high quality gourmet experience.
The apartment has two rooms, one of them with double bed and no windows, and another one with bunk beds. The kitchen is separated, and there is a living room with a balcony overlooking Cava Baja Street.
For entries 24 and December 31 after 18pm will be charged an extra 30 euros.
For entries and exits on December 25 and January 1 will be charged a fee of 30 euros.
Entries from 22 pm have an extra cost of 30 euros
About the Host, Pablo
Hola mi nombre es Pablo y os saludo desde Madrid.
Por motivos laborales durante años en mis viajes al extranjero tuve que alojarme en habitaciones de hoteles, a pesar que algunas de las ciudades que visite eran encantadoras, al llegar a mi habitación me embargaba el mismo sentimiento, regresar a mi casa.
Fue al regresar de mi último viaje, cuando me plantee dedicarme a crear espacios cómodos y acogedores, para aquellos viajeros que al visitar Madrid se encuentren "casi" como en su casa.